Dr. Scholl’S Sport Massaging Gel Advanced Insoles Review
The Dr. Scholl’S Sport Massaging Gel Advanced Insoles are perfect for anyone who leads an active lifestyle. Whether you are playing on a court, field, track, or anywhere else, these inserts will give you the comfort and support that you need. They can help prevent muscle fatigue and alleviate the pain from tired and achy feet, keeping you feeling great.
The flexible arch shell provides you with motion control and lateral stability so you can move stop and cut with ease. According to 2018 clinical study, consumers who wore these insoles were able to move about 10% more than those who weren’t. The gel waves help give you a responsive ride that will allow you to push yourself a little hard.
Customers love the affordable price tag and the rugged durability of the soles. They will last you about six months before they’ll need replacing, but that is typical with this type of product. Overall, consumers love the comfort they get from wearing these insoles.
Provides all-day comfort
Offers lateral support
Prevents muscle fatigue
Easy to use
Needs replaced every 6 months
Not a lot of size options
Of course, you can wear them for more than just sports. Some consumers might choose to wear them in their work or casual sneakers as well. If you are going to be doing a lot of walking or standing around for work, these might be an excellent addition to your footwear as well. That said, the intended consumers are those who participate in sports and need a little extra support and protection.
The insoles have been tested by a wide range of athletes in all different fields to make sure that they are going to give you everything you need in an insole. Whether playing on a court, fields, or training in the gym, these gel soles will help give you what you need to keep your feet and lower extremities happy and healthy.
According to Dr. Scholls, these insoles can help reduce muscle fatigue when you are out and about. This can give you an edge on the field or court as well since your muscles won't bother you as much. Muscle fatigue can cause your legs and feet to feel sore and tired and can lead to swelling and pain if you keep pushing yourself. Thankfully, these insoles can help reduce the risk of fatigue to keep you going harder and longer.
Thanks to sports insoles like these you can stay on your feet longer, giving you an extra push to keep yourself going.
Thankfully there are products like the Dr. Scholl’S Sport Massaging Gel Advanced Insoles that can help reduce the amount of shock you are sending through your lower body. The insert can help alleviate the pain from tired and achy feet and joints.
Having something on your feet that offers impact resistance is a must when you are an athlete. If you find your favorite sneakers don't provide the level of shock absorption that you need, or you just want a little extra, then these inserts are going to be perfect for you.
These insoles feature Massaging Gel Advanced technology that can help give you the support and stability that you need while on the go. This can help with motion control, allowing you to stop, pivot, and cut with ease.
No matter what sport you are playing, whether on the track, court, field, or you're training at the gym, you can have peace of mind knowing that your insoles are going to be able to do some work. You will be able to have control over where you are going and what you are doing to help avoid unnecessary injuries.
When you step into your insole, your feet will sink down into the cushioning. However, the padding will want to quickly bounce back to its original form so it will propel you forward a little. This helps push you off into your next step, saving you just a sliver of energy that would have otherwise been used to push yourself forward.
The massaging waves are for more than just providing comfort. They act like little springs that you can bounce off of when you take a step.
It might not seem like a lot, but that little bit of energy you save with each step can add up over your workout. It could be the difference of precious seconds off of your time, giving you an edge against your opponents.
The insoles feature Activperform Technology, which helps give you the support that you need for the task at hand. It is a flexible arch shell that gives you decent support and lateral stability. It is what provides you with motion control, side to side stability, and stellar support.
For the most part, customers are happy with the support they get from these inserts. However, there are always some naysayers. There are a handful of reviewers who were less than pleased with the overall support that they received from them. There were some who stated that the arch support didn't line up very well with where their arch was, causing discomfort. Others didn't feel like there was any support in the insoles at all.
That said, the vast majority of consumers don't share those opinions. Some reviewers commented that they insoles offered excellent support and they were happy with the product.
If you find yourself with a pair of shoes that you love, but they can't give you the support and comfort that you desire, just slip in one of these inserts, and you will be good to go. Not only are they going to keep you comfortable, but they will also help prevent discomfort and even pain.
The massaging gel waves that make up the top layer of the insole act as tiny little springs that your feet can sink into. The insoles feature a flexible arch shell to give you support and stability underfoot for added comfort.
Overall, consumers can agree that these insoles offer a decent amount of comfort that they can appreciate.
They have a trim to fit design so you will be able to cut the insoles down to make sure they can fit the inside of your shoes and provide you with the comfort and fit that you need.
How to Use
First, you take the current insole out of your sneakers, whether they are the ones that came with the shoes or the ones that need replacing. Usually, when you purchase new sneakers, they come with removable insoles so you can swap them out with products like these if need be.
Then, you just put the new insole into your sneakers. If the insert fits, then you are done and don't need to follow through with the next two steps. If it doesn't fit, then don't worry.
If you need to trim the insole, you can simply cut along the outline that is located on the bottom of the sole (near the toes). You will want to find the outline that matches your shoe size and cut along that one.
A small tip to make things a little easier. If your current insole is removable, you can use that as a guide to trimming this one. You simply set it over top of the new insole and trace it. You can use that line as a guide to cut so you are sure to get a perfect size the first time you cut.
Finally, you insert the product into your shoes. Make sure you are putting the gel side down.
Viola, you are good to go.
That said, the insoles should still be replaced about every six months. Dr. Scholl's recommends changing them out every six months or at the first sign of wear and tear, whichever comes first.
Yes, you will have to pay to replace your inserts about every six months, which can be a little frustrating, but the affordable cost makes the process a little more bearable.
If you find that your favorite sneakers don't have the cushioning and protection that you require you can simply slip in these inserts into them and you will be good to go. They offer you a responsive ride that can give you a spring in your step that can give you a slight edge over your opponents.
Customers love the affordable price tag and durable construction of the insoles. They believe that they are a pretty good value and come highly recommended by most.